A Jacksonville Beach man who was fleeing police ran into two other cars on Kernan Boulevard North. Seven people suffered injuries, including two children.

Jacksonville Sheriff said a 27-year-old man fled police at a high rate of speed on Kernan Boulevard North. He was fleeing in a 2010 Dodge Dart, police added.

His car rear-ended a 2014 Audi driven by a 33-year-old female. The Audi spun out of control and went off the right side of the road.

The fleeing driver’s car crossed the center turn lane and traveled into the northbound lanes where he hit a Chevrolet minivan head-on. His car finally went off the left side of the road and hit a concrete guardrail.

The Audi driver sustained moderate injuries and paramedics transported the driver by ambulance to a nearby hospital for treatment. The driver of the Chevy, a 55-year-old female, sustained moderate injuries. The four other passengers sustained injuries and were taken to the hospital.

The investigating from this accident is still continuing.

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